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Welcome to Invest In Your Health!

The Invest In Your Health program is sponsored by the Indiana State Personnel Department (INSPD). The tools and programs promoted through Invest In Your Health have been approved by INSPD as a trusted resource to support your well-being. Through Invest In Your Health you have access to programs and resources to help make lifestyle changes to prevent disease and improve your health and wellness. View the tabs below for an overview of the available resources.


Within the Health for Life section of the website, you will find resources and programs for preventive care and managing conditions. Some examples of the resources you will find include:

Within the Be Active section of the website you will find resources and tools to help you start, increase, or maintain your physical activity routine. Some examples of the resources you will find include:

Within the Stress Less section of the website you will find resources and programs to help you manage stressful situations and events. Some examples of the resources you will find include:

Within the Eat Healthy section of the website you will find reliable resources and programs to help promote healthy habits and good nutrition. Some examples of the resources you will find include:

Within the Commit to Quit section of the website you will find addiction resources as well as tools to help you become and stay tobacco free. Some examples of the resources you will find include:

Within the Wellness Rewards section of the website you will find information regarding the current wellness incentives and why you should participate in the wellness program. Some examples of the resources you will find include:


Invest In Your Health Blog

My Health Journey – Kristin Reed

Kristin Reed lifting weights

Story submitted by Kristin Reed, Management Performance Hub Why I Invest in My Health Like many, my health journey has not been a straight line. I have not always been active and have found that exercise and diet advice especially has changed frequently throughout the years. That leaves one wondering what to follow – low … Read More »

May is Mental Health Awareness Month

Mental Health Awareness Month

Article provided by Optum EAP Let’s face it: Life can be stressful. We all have tough days, and sometimes they become tough weeks, months or even years. Yet when it comes to being honest about how we’re feeling, we often shrug off inquiries with a quick “I’m fine,” “all right” or “OK.” If we answered … Read More »

Skin cancer prevention starts with you!

Skin Cancer Awareness Month

Get the facts about skin cancer Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer in the U.S. and worldwide. 1 in 5 Americans will develop skin cancer by age 70. Every hour, more than 2 people die of skin cancer. If you catch skin cancer early enough, you can be A-OK. Your risk for … Read More »

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